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Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos did not mince his words when announcing his 23-man squad to face Morocco in a crucial qualifier next month. Photo: Backpagepix

The latest Kaizer Chiefs news: Tuesday 5 July 2022

Kaizer Chiefs have been grabbing all the headlines for the last few days with plenty of news coming out of Naturena.

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Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos did not mince his words when announcing his 23-man squad to face Morocco in a crucial qualifier next month. Photo: Backpagepix

Kaizer Chiefs have been grabbing all the headlines for the last few days with plenty of news coming out of Naturena.

Here we wrap all the latest Kaizer Chiefs news.


Young duo set for Swallows move

Reports claim two young players from Amakhosi are on the verge of moving to the Dube Birds.

Darrel Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako are said to be close to completing moves across Soweto.

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Kaizer Chiefs target asks for release

A star striker targeted by Kaizer Chiefs has reportedly asked for his release.

The international attacker is still contracted to his club for another two years but wants out.

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A closer look at the 12 players released by Kaizer Chiefs

The confirmation of Anthony Akumu Agay’s release by Chiefs over the weekend has made it a dozen players who have been shown the door at the Soweto giants during the off-season.

The South African’s Garrin Lambley takes a look at the players to depart.

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Affordable branded club tracksuits

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New Kaizer Chiefs merchandise is available at Jet. Image: @KaizerChiefs/ Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs have brought out a new affordable range of tracksuits and active wear for fans.

The new range is available from popular retailer, Jet.

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Three new attacking combinations to expect

With attack being the area that will attract the most attention from the Khosi Nation, we take a look at three combinations coach Arthur Zwane will be testing.

The South African’s Siseko Gwegwe dissects each option.

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Kaizer Chiefs Youth coach says first team success is his goal

Kaizer Chiefs starlet Thulani Mabaso at the Engen Knockout Challenge. Photo: @KaizerChiefs/Twitter
Kaizer Chiefs starlet Thulani Mabaso at the Engen Knockout Challenge. Photo: @KaizerChiefs/Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs Youth coach Vela Khumalo says his objective is to prepare and develop the players for Amakhosi’s first team, not winning silverware.

This comes after the Kaizer Chiefs youngsters won a pre-season cup and bagged some nice bonuses.

Khumalo wants them to keep their feet on the ground though.

“It’s a great feeling to win, but what is important for us is the minutes and hours we need for a player to be properly developed,” Khumalo is quoted by Soccer Laduma.

“The standard of the game was quite high, but our standard is a bit higher because our boys are exposed to tough competition as some of them play in the DStv Diski Challenge, even though they are under 18. To show our strength, we didn’t even concede many goals because we were able to deal with the opposition.

“Look, we had some under-17 players who will now be considered for the Reserve Team. We didn’t even play Mduduzi Shabalala, who still qualifies for the competition, but we let him stay with the senior team,” added the Amakhosi coach.